At 9/20/2019 07:33 AM, Jan wrote:
>> From: Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx <mailto:om3ti@xxxxxxxx>>
>> There is no right set of tradeoffs. But I do agree that smaller size has me
>> looking. Good viewfinder and good eyepoint can make or break the deal for me.
>Yea, that was me, too. For the longest time, I could not bring myself to look
>at an EVF.
>But the E-M1 Mark II finally changed my mind. Have you looked at that one?
I have not, but looking online it has the same OLED resolution 2.36m-Dot as the
a6600 and a7iii. Since I have e-mount lenses, seems it would make more sense to
go with a6600. The a7riii has 3.69m-dot OLED. I would have a hard time
justifying even the a6600. Just not small enough.
I'm struggling still with OLED's. The image as viewed is very flat. I can see
what I'm looking at, but I still struggle with it. Focus peaking, focus
magnification, ... I miss the optical viewfinder with micro-prism on the screen.
Comparing some sizes
I have been eyeing the Lumix DMC-LX100 ii u4/3 for a small camera. Only F4
minimum aperture though. Curious if any one has any experience with it. Perhaps
OT, since there is no painful lens choice to be made.
Actually, I was thinking my next camera should be a drone. Seems that would be
good up in Alaska as well, but it doesn't take OM glass. Maybe get one before
the tariffs kick in on new supply.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/